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Parisian beauty effortlessly emphasizes a woman’s natural features. Find out our top french beauty secrets and the best products to recreate the look, no passport required.
French Beauty Secrets: The Best Products
1. The Flawless Base
What better way to start your Parisian look than with a luminous, flawless base courtesy of French queen of beauty Terry De Gunzburg. This rose-scented foundation works by evening out skin tone and diffusing light across the face for a radiant, natural looking, velvet-matte finish.
2. The Red Lip
For the second of our French beauty secrets, both light yet rich, this lipstick’s creamy texture becomes fluid on contact with the lips for a pleasant feeling and incredible smooth-on qualities which is our pick for your perfect Parisian red lip.
3. The Long Lashes
Benefit’s first mascara release since They’re Real features the unique Hook ‘n’ Roll brush, which grabs, separates, lifts and curls, while the instant curve-setting formula holds for 12 hours.
4. The Defined Brows
This creamy, multitasking pomade glides on skin and hair smoothly to create clean, defined brows. The standout formula works as a brow primer and provides color, sculpture, and shading. It is ideal for oily skin and in humid climates.
5. The Highlight
Any makeup aficionado will tell you that theBalm’s Mary Lou Manizer is the cream of the highlighting crop and the last of our top five French beauty secrets. The subtle shimmer diffuses light so your skin looks softer and younger while adding a healthy glow.
Do you have any french beauty secrets? What are the best products you’ve found?
For more travel tips for Paris, please read:
- What to Pack for Europe
- Paris Packing List
- Six Parisian Shoe Trends for Summer
- What to Wear in Paris: Summer Edition
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